Finding Census and Census-Ability with Genealogist Lisa Eschenburg

Join RHPL and genealogist Lisa Eschenburg on a live Zoom meeting as she discusses the U.S. census and how to use it to research your family history. Eschenburg will answer such questions as: What is the census? Where do you find it? How do you use it? What if there isn’t a census?

Beginning and intermediate family researchers can learn about this important genealogy resource and become able census researchers for locating ancestors.

This program is open to the public. To register, visit

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